Extreme Rules Notes, JBL/MMA Update, WWE Charity News

Matt Boone

JBLThe following is from WWE.com: WWE Legend and Hall of Famer Jimmy Hart – and his infamous megaphone – led nearly 3,000 participants in a two-mile walk for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles’ 2nd Annual Walk for Wishes. The event was presented by Mattel, Inc., on Saturday in downtown Los Angeles. Joined by celebrities Alisa Reyes (“Boston Public,” “The Proud Family”) and Didiayer Snyder (“Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”), the walk raised more than $225,000 to help children with life-threatening medical conditions. After the walk, Hart met many members of the WWE Universe, and took photographs and signed autographs for them. Walk participants enjoyed food and drinks from Daily Grill, Hoagies & Wings, Trimana, Yakult, Peets’ Coffee & Tea and Frigo Cheese Heads, and activities including a Hot Wheels track, face painting, airbrush art and a bounce house.

The following is from WWE.com: As reported on Oddjack.com June 9, former WWE Champion John “Bradshaw” Layfield is looking to follow other former WWE Superstars Bobby Lashley and Brock Lesnar into the Mixed Martial Arts world. Unlike the other two though, JBL is looking to enter the MMA world not as a fighter, but in helping promote Kentucky-based MMA organization Vyper Fight League and put them on the map. To read more on this and what the former WWE Superstar thinks he can bring to the table, visit OddJack.com.

The following is from WWE.com: In an interview with MiamiHerald.com posted June 10, Sick Puppies’ singer Shimon “Shim” Moore talks about “You’re Going Down,” the official song of this past Sunday’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view. Moore also discusses the band’s upcoming album Tripolar, which is released in stores July 14, as well as being credited with a song in the video game Street Fighter IV. More can be read on MiamiHerald.com.

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